The conference report contain all speakers speeches to assess the status of the freedom of religion and belief in Georgia and Armenia. The publication document the discussion on the relationship between traditional churches and non-traditional religions, which are still very sensitive in both countries’ context of national and religious identity. Speakers are state and non-state actors, international experts, traditional and non-traditional religious communities, representatives from the Armenian Apostolic Church in Armenia and in Georgia, as well as representatives from the Georgian Orthodox Church.
About the programme
Together with partners, we aim to establish a regional network for organizations working on minority issues by building the capacity of minority organizations in the region to undertake effective human rights advocacy at national and European level, in particular ensuring the full participation of minorities in the Eastern Partnership (EaP) process. More information about the network and